BioWren Weston grew up writing fantasy and science fiction stories, but one chance book club encounter with a romance novel changed her favorite genre forever.
She became addicted.
Not only can she not stop reading them, she can’t stop injecting shades of the genre into everything she writes.
You have been warned, darlings.
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The Lost of New Bristol Wren Weston
Chief Lila Randolph has never accepted her birthright as heir to her family’s business empire. Instead, she’s taken charge of its militia. But sometimes being an heir—even an unofficial one—has its uses, especially when she plans to kidnap a prince under the watchful eyes of the highborn. Too bad she’ll earn a treason charge and the hangman’s noose if she’s caught. Too bad the oracles have requested her assistance, giving her little time to sort out her love life—not that Tristan seems to care. Corrupt highborn heirs, handsome Bullstow politicians, a straining lowborn underclass, and the secluded oracles. Lila walks among them all, even the servants and slaves who make the country run, the militias who protect it, and the ex-slaves who would destroy it.
The Wolves of New Bristol Wren Weston
Chief Lila Randolph has spent the last two weeks hiding in Tristan’s apartment, hacking her way closer to her blackmailer’s identity. Unfortunately, her matron summons her before she can catch her quarry, and forces Lila to make a decision. Either she assumes the role of prime heir and accepts the safety it provides or she suffers exile from the Randolph family for the rest of her days, never to see or speak with any of them again. Becoming prime means she must bear heirs among the highborn, something Tristan will never accept. But choosing him means accepting exile from everyone and everything she loves.
The Heirs of New Bristol Wren Weston
Chief Lila Randolph will do anything to defend her highborn family and her country, even if it borders on the criminal, even if it means hiring one. This time she has the wrong case, the wrong partner, and the wrong adversary, a hacker who threatens to expose her. Tristan DeLauncey escaped from slavery as a teen. Now a thief, he'll use anything he can to take the highborn down, including Lila. After Tristan goes too far, Lila knows she must break ties with him, but walking away proves more difficult than she thought. Corrupt highborn heirs, handsome Bullstow politicians, a straining lowborn underclass, and the secluded oracles. Lila walks among them all, even the servants and slaves who make the country run, the militias who protect it, and the ex-slaves who would destroy it.